Listings in Gardening & Farming
Crooked Sky Farms, located in Phoenix, is owned by Frank Martin. Frank, like so many, started with a simple dream, a garden right in his own back yard. In 1999 he took that tiny garden, expanded and started doing farmers markets.
2615 S. 27th Ave
Phoenix, Arizona 85009
The Seed Library allows library cardholders to check out three seed packets per month for free. Choose from a wide variety of seeds for edible plants and herbs, bring your seeds home to grow, and save the seeds to donate back to the library.
64 E. 1st St.
Mesa, Arizona, Arizona 85201
The nonprofit Community Gardens of Tucson establishes and maintains community gardens and provides ongoing education that enables Tucson residents to grow food successfully and sustainably in garden communities within their neighborhoods.
6580 N. Kolb
Tucson, Arizona 85750
The Garden of Eatin' is a non-profit community garden located in the Ahwatukee area of Phoenix, Arizona.
2601 East Thunderhill Place
Phoenix, Arizona 85048
Las Milpitas de Cottonwood is a 6-acre community farm, on the banks of the Santa Cruz River, that provides materials and support for local residents to grow food for themselves - making healthy, local food more accessible to low-income families.
2405 South Cottonwood Lane
Tucson, Arizona 85713
Fruitful Harvest is a fruit and nut harvesting service and a place to purchase the bounty of those harvests. Times and offerings will be limited so contact us to be notified of what is available when it is or to assist in the harvest of your trees!
107 S. Candy Lane
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
We aim to be a community garden for Tucsonans of diverse experience levels, abilities and cultures in order to educate, foster wellness, and enhance the environment for people, plants, and pollinators.
3950 E Paradise Falls Dr
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Sierra Vista Community Gardens, Inc. provides developed garden plots in an urban setting for community residents who would like to garden in an organic based environment.
300 E. Wilcox, Suite B
Sierra Vista, Arizona 85635
The community garden is a way for you and your neighbors to grow your own produce in a 20' x 20' garden plot on our farm. The plots are rented yearly at a very minimal fee, which includes organic compost and well water.
3000 E Ray Rd